Media Matters For America
The Fox News personality's old comments come back to haunt him in the montage released by media watchdog Media Matters for America.
“Fox’s misinformation campaign against coronavirus science is not just a disservice to its viewership," said media watchdog group Media Matters for America.
“Many posts have been liked. Many posts have been shared. Some did not represent my views,” the newly elected Georgia Republican said.
The Media Matters montage compares the network's coverage of a judge before and after he went against the president's wishes.
Media Matters for America put the Fox News host's rant against rival media this week alongside his past comments, and it's a painful watch.
The former Fox News host resurfaces with the worst possible take on the COVID-19 pandemic.
The so-called tweeter-in-chief reserved much of his social media love for one show in particular.
Media Matters for America said its new montage shows “just how deranged Fox pundits have become."
Last year, Fox News' "Tucker Carlson Tonight" would feature more than 30 paid ads. In his Thursday show, there were only 13. Friday, there were just 11 ads.
A Media Matters montage shows there was a very familiar feel to some of what House Republicans asked the former special counsel.
Laura Ingraham and other Fox personalities attack the champions in a new montage.
"She's good for our ratings," said Fox Business Network host Stuart Varney.
“Is Western civilization, as we understood it, actually hanging in the balance?" she asked during a discussion on immigration.
A Media Matters supercut reprises some of the Fox News host's anti-immigration rants.
The Fox News host has not apologized for his years-long history of offensive rhetoric on a radio show.
“There’s really not that much you can do to respond. It’s pointless to try to explain," the Fox News host said on his show Monday.
Advertisers are being called to boycott “Tucker Carlson Tonight” due to the Fox News host's misogynistic statements.
The hashtag #FireTuckerCarlson was trending on Twitter after radio clips featuring the Fox News host making misogynistic remarks surfaced.
The Fox News host regularly made misogynistic comments during years of appearances on Bubba the Love Sponge's radio show.
The far-right commentator went after Media Matters' Eric Hananoki after he revealed an ICE senior adviser's appreciation for her.